Hooded fans in the harsh vandalism against United boss

A group of supporters of the English football club Manchester United made Tuesday night vandalism against the disputed klubdirektør Ed the woodward's private r

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
29 January 2020 Wednesday 08:00
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Hooded fans in the harsh vandalism against United boss

A group of supporters of the English football club Manchester United made Tuesday night vandalism against the disputed klubdirektør Ed the woodward's private residence.

This writes the news agency Reuters.

A video posted on social media shows a group of around 20 hooded persons gather in front of the house in the Cheshire and shouting threats against Woodward.

As it is not succeeded to enter in the private area, sprayede the red paint on the in-port and fired lysblus against the house, writes The Sun newspaper.

the Video, which is probably published by the parties, bears the text 'Ed Woodward must die'. Similar threats have been heard from some supporters during Manchester United's matches the last time.

Neither the 48-year-old Ed Woodward or his wife and the couple's two children were staying, according to the british media in the residence when the incident took place.

Manchester United condemns in a statement the incident. The club says that anyone who is found guilty of having participated in the vandalism, will be expelled for life by the club.

A person who was part of the group, told The Sun that 'Woodward has been a disaster as the director and must leave the club'.

- Lots of people have said it, but he seems not to hear, says the anonymous source, adding that 'we will not just stand by while our club is being ruined'.

Manchester United is number five in the Premier League and 33 points behind Liverpool in the first place. Woodward is of the many supporters made a scapegoat for the team's lack of success.

Police in Manchester are investigating Tuesday's incident.

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Updated: 29.01.2020 08:00
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